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  • Genre:NATURE
  • SubGenre:Fossils
  • Language:English
  • Pages:414
  • Format:Hardcover
  • Hardcover ISBN:9780692127131

Florida’s Fossil Cowries: Miocene to Pleistocene

by John Daughenbaugh and Randall Bridges

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"Florida's Fossil Cowries: Miocene to Pleistocene" provide a taxonomic assessment of all currently described Florida species and related genera from the Miocene through the Pleistocene. It also includes by an overview of the environmental conditions prevailing at the time of their existence as reflected in the geology of the era.
The authors have relied on the taxonomic and geological works of the original authors to the extent possible, in many cases utilizing their own words. Two new species are introduced and a uniform format for presenting the Plio-Pleistocene species is utilized to facilitate comparisons and identification. Contains 125 high resolution color plates that offer additional help in identifying specimens.
About the author
John D. "Duffy" Daughenbaugh was born November, 1945 in Charles City, Iowa. He graduated from the University of Santa Clara with a BA in History and earned a commission in the US Army. After training, he was assigned as Commanding Officer of an Army Security Agency company on Okinawa. He retired March, 2013, ending a 42-year banking career. He presently resides in Los Angeles with his wife, Su Mei Ho. Duffy's diving and shell collecting interest began in 1968 on Okinawa. Subsequent collecting activities were limited to Vietnam, Greece and Taiwan, supplemented by frequent dive trips.
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